Register for Monthly Lakeside Leadership Events

Every month you are invited to attend a free, no strings attached luncheon where the focus is investing in your personal growth! Whether you are a business professional or a home-maker, you are invited to attend because we believe that when you grow better, everyone wins! Come join us so we can grow better together!

November, 6th 2019
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Speaker: John Wenig
Topic: “Striving for Excellence…Because We Care”
Retired funeral director of Wenig Funeral Services, John Wenig, will be our guest speaker to share about excellence that is driven by the value of caring for others.

December, 4th 2019
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Speaker: Fr. John Throop
Topic: “Leading From Disability”
John Throop of St. Peter’s Episcopal Church in Sheboygan Falls, WI joins us to share perspective from a leader who deals with disability and how each one of us can adjust to overcome the challenges we may face.

January, 8th 2020
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Speaker: TBA
Topic: TBA

February, 5th 2020
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Speaker: Christina McWilliams
Topic: Management vs. Leadership
Christina McWilliams is a business leader in the Sheboygan area, wife and mother of two. Her passion for personal development and excellence will inspire and equip you with a fresh perspective on leadership.

March, 4th 2020
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Speaker: Michael Schubert and Jenny Taylor
Topic: TBA
Michael and Jenny are both business leaders, entrepreneurs and have a deep experience and understanding of both corporate work and also being self-employed. Their experience, creativity, fun-nature and enthusiasm will inspire you in your growth journey.

April, 1st 2020
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Speaker: Derik Armstrong
Topic: Becoming a Secure Leader
Derik Armstrong is the founder of Lakeside Leadership and pastor at Word of Grace. Come here this talk on moving from insecurity to security to maximize your growth and those you influence.

May, 1st 2020
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Speaker: Mayor Randy Meyer
Topic: TBA
Randy is a successful businessman and is currently the Mayor of his hometown of Sheboygan Falls Wisconsin. From a young age, Randy’s blindness taught him to come up with unique solutions to unique problems.  He does not view his blindness as a handicap and does not let it slow him down in life. He is a great leader and speaker that you don’t want to miss!